Spectrograph Reading of the Varying Phantom Frequencies of Chronic Incurable Tinnitus; Theme from EEVIAC; Song for the Two Mile Linear Particle Accelerator, Stanford University, Stanford, California; Television Fission; Preparation Clont; Within One Universe There Are Millions; Engines of Difference; Many Pieces of Large Fuzzy Mammals Gathered Together at a Rave and Schmoozing with a Brick; Um Espectro Sem Escala; Trapezoid; Interstellar Hardrive; Curious Constructs of Stem-like Devices Which Now Prepare Themselves to Be Thought of as Fingers
1 - Spectrograph Reading of the Varying Phantom Frequencies of Chronic Incurable Tinnitus
2 - Theme from EEVIAC
3 - Song for the Two Mile Linear Particle Accelerator, Stanford University, Stanford, California
4 - Television Fission
5 - Preparation Clont
6 - Within One Universe There Are Millions
7 - Engines of Difference
8 - Many Pieces of Large Fuzzy Mammals Gathered Together at a Rave and Schmoozing with a Brick
9 - Um Espectro Sem Escala
10 - Trapezoid
11 - Interstellar Hardrive
12 - Curious Constructs of Stem-like Devices Which Now Prepare Themselves to Be Thought of as Fingers
for John Peel; SBD radio broadcast; Sky Digi-box> VHS > PC SB-Live via analogue connector> split with CoolEdit (13 tracks)> Audio CD with Nero> EAC> FLAC> EZT seed by Kettle; shntool join on t9,10 wavs> reFLAC by Diana Hamilton
LineageSky Digi-box> VHS > PC SB-Live via analogue connector> split with CoolEdit> Audio CD with Nero> EAC> FLAC> shntool join on t9,10 wavs> reFLAC
September 21, 2006 Subject:
I love it!! We used to go see these guys in the mid nineties, always a good show. I would like to see some Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet show up on the archive.
Reviewer:dave the wall
March 27, 2006 Subject:
February 27, 2006 Subject:
Punkified surf layered with Ed Wood sound effects for texture and tension. Freaking cool.
August 2, 2005 Subject:
hard sci-fi surf
At the time of review, this was the only 'Man Or Astroman?' show within the Internet Archive really worth having. And boy is it worth having! Listening to the show on surround sound, it does some pretty freaky things. The sound quality is like an official release. The music is hard rockin' sci-fi themed surf. Even though it's a short set, the music gets a bit monotonous after awhile. The exception to this is the last track which proves that the band can do more than thrash with power chords.
July 4, 2005 Subject:
Man or Astro-man?
A great sounding recording, thanks for this it was very good.
July 2, 2005 Subject:
Surf through fuzz!
Its different thats for sure and it has exceptional sound quality and actually it goes way beyond surf style. Its worth 5 stars and even a moon!
June 14, 2005 Subject:
diana and i don't agree on anything outside the music (or so it seems), but when it comes to the music (ain't that what we are here for?), my hat goes off to her. the first "man or astroman?" offering here left way too much to be desired, so to get this, is a way more than welcome follow-up. thanks to all involved for this wonderful show. great show, great sound, and glad to include it in my rotation.
June 14, 2005 Subject:
John Peel Is Their God
Highly recommended! Not only is this a crisp recording (probably atypical of most Astroman soundwave captures), but the joy and energy really seems to come through in this special performance to rock the face of John Peel. There is only a brief bit of Astro-patter; though short it's mostly music. BTW first track appears to fade in at beginning of tune (Peel/digiPeel intro is not present in this recording).
June 13, 2005 Subject:
This is a great recording and a great show! A little short, perhaps, but excellent sound, excellent performance! Some really crazed stuff here, well worth the download.